Shea butter stimulates the production of collagen, the youthful scaffolding protein in the skin. The vitamin A and E found in the butter keeps the skin supple, nourished and radiant. It prevents and reduces premature wrinkles and facial lines. The vitamin F maintains the skin’s elasticity. Applying shea butter hydrates, softens and beautify your skin. It contains the five principal fatty acids namely palmitic, stearic, oleic, linoleic, and arachidic acids that heals and treats many skin ailments such as acne, rashes, scars, stretch marks, insect bites and burns. It is super moisturizing and nourishing which can help treat eczema.




Shea butter repairs and restores damaged hair as a result of chemical treatments like perms. It coats the hair shaft and protects it from harsh weather conditions and the harmful free radicals in the air and water. Vitamins A, E and the essential fatty acids adds intense moisture, reduces fizziness, dryness and prevents hair breakage and split ends. Shea butter’s anti-inflammatory properties reduces scalp irritation. Shea butter makes your hair follicles stronger and makes it grow thicker.




Shea Butter


    100% Pure, Unrefined, Cold-pressed, Grade A Shea Butter

    No additives, No preservatives, No chemicals.



    Shea Butter in a large luxury handmade wooden bowl



    Don't use too much. Because oils contain concentrated amounts of nutrients and spreads very easily, only one to three drops are needed to get the job done.

    There are several ways you can use your shea butter. You can apply it directly to your skin, your hair, or even add it to your products. To apply on skin, you can use it by itself as a moisturizer or after your face cream to seal in moisture. For hair, you can apply a few drops unto your scalp and massage it. Get creative and use it your way.

    Do a patch test prior to using.